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After his farcical Wimbledon campaign, the 24-year-old has provoked yet another sharp backlash following a series of controversial comments made to Australia’s Channel Seven.
"Throughout my career I've given 100 per cent,” he said. But if you balance it out, I think all my career's been around 50 per cent.” "I haven't really tried, and still achieved all this.
Thanks to his upset win against Novak Djokovic two days earlier at the Mexico Open, Kyrgios even eclipsed the meltdowns he and fellow Australian bad boy Bernard Tomic had 48 hours earlier at the Acapulco event.
So it's just amazing what I've done." When asked if he’s only playing for the money, the Australian responded in typically smug fashion: “Basically, yeah.” If Tomic’s words are to be believed, tennis is simply a means to a hedonistic end.
A millionaire by the age of 18, the Australian has embraced the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle that his prize money has afforded him.
If you can’t get motivated at Wimbledon it’s time to find another job.” Navratilova et al, of course, make a valid point.
Tomic’s behaviour has, frankly, been disgraceful and an embarrassment to a nation which has provided tennis with some of its biggest stars over the years.
People at the tournament were even more angry and stunned when Tomic, who has lost in the first round his past three events and dropped to No.